Fear & Memory in the Brazilian Army and Society, 1889-1954

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Univ of North Carolina Press, 2002 - History - 265 pages
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For more than half a century, the Brazilian army used fear and censorship to erase aspects of its history from public memory and to create its own political myths. Although the military had remarkable success in promoting its version of events, recent dem
  

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User Review  - TerryD.Hooker - LibraryThing

A very helpful book on the Brazilian Arm and how it mantained its elite social position in Brazilian society, a good all round work on political social and military history, which in Latin America you need to know all three to know just one. Read full review

Contents

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1
II
9
III
40
IV
62
V
85
VI
106
VII
121
VIII
145
IX
176
X
185
XI
191
XII
243
XIII
257
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Shawn C. Smallman is associate professor and director of international studies at Portland State University in Oregon.

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